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Kayakers risk lives to tackle homelessness

Kayakers risk lives to tackle homelessness

21 January 2016

Three men from Sydney will kayak 400km across the dangerous and unpredictable Bass Strait from Victoria to Tasmania in order to raise nearly...

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Artist's brush with Jayne

Artist's brush with Jayne

7 January 2016

Artist John Kennedy cant recall when he first walked into The Salvation Army Wollongong Corps bistro, but he has never forgotten meeting the...

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Oliver on par with inspiring new hobby

Oliver on par with inspiring new hobby

21 December 2015

Eight-year-old Oliver has recently picked up a new but unusual hobby. In addition to his chess, tennis and soccer interests, one of Oliverís...

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Salvos a hit with country music couple

Salvos a hit with country music couple

21 September 2015

She is known as the “grand lady” of Australian country music and her accomplishments are staggering – singer-songwriter...

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Angel inspires Monica's partnership of care

Angel inspires Monica's partnership of care

6 February 2015

Monica Gould decided to become a Salvos Freedom Partner in honour of her mother, who had a "very special encounter" with The Salvation Army ...

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Anzac tradition feeds small acts of generosity

Anzac tradition feeds small acts of generosity

2 September 2014

A rainy Anzac Day did not stop seven-year-old Xavier from raising much-needed funds for The Salvation Army. Setting up a stand in front of h...

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An extraordinary cup of tea

An extraordinary cup of tea

2 September 2014

A recent letter from Salvos supporter Verne Sheather shares the deep and life-long impact that a “Sallyman”, also known as Red...

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Philanthropist and Friend to those in need

Philanthropist and Friend to those in need

3 March 2014

When fires raged in the Blue Mountains and Southern Highlands (NSW) in October 2013, founder and Managing Director of ABC Tissues, Henry Nga...

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Investing in the lives of others

Investing in the lives of others

2 December 2013

After driving his own taxi for 30 years, then retiring at the age of 74, Dennis Wyndham began volunteering at The Salvation Army’s Pa...

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Finding Freedom

Finding Freedom

7 October 2013

“I worked seven days a week from seven in the morning until ten at night, I had no breaks …They used to threaten me and swear ...

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